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Thursday, November 23, 2017

Watch Drake play wingman to his dad in his new whiskey commercial

Canadian hip hop star Drake returns to his "Degrassi" roots and exercises his acting chops in a new commercial shilling his premium American whiskey Virginia Black.

Neil Young to livestream concert from secret Canadian location

Canadian star will appear Dec. 1, the same day he releases The Visitor and makes his archives available for streaming.

100 best Canadian songs of 2017

Can one song define 2017? We don’t think so — would it be a jam? A sob-along? An instrumental? — but 100 songs can certainly soundtrack a year.

CraveTV Congratulates Banger Films on International Emmy Win for HIP-HOP EVOLUTION

CraveTV congratulates Banger Films and the entire team behind the Bell Media-commissioned HIP-HOP EVOLUTION on their International Emmy Award for Best Arts Programming.

Michael Bublé set to entertain and delight audiences as host of The 2018 JUNO...

Prepare to be entertained by the one and only Michael Bublé. CARAS and CBC today announced that the 12-time JUNO Award winner and beloved Canadian crooner is set to host The 2018 JUNO Awards

Arrow to feature Billy Joel

Arrow‘s Thanksgiving episode will include a major ode to the Piano Man himself.

Drake draws praise for warning fan to stop touching women at Sydney performance

'Stop touching girls,' rapper declares to unseen individual, mid-performance

Shut out: Lack of sign language at concerts frustrates deaf Canadians

While videos of music interpreters go viral in the U.S., deaf music fans in Canada wait for change

Cold Specks opens up with Fool’s Paradise

When it comes to crafting a persona as a singer-songwriter, being mysterious is a good thing. Ever since she emerged onto the international scene with her 2012 debut I Predict a Graceful Expulsion, there has been an undeniable layer of intrigue to singer-songwriter Ladan Hussein.

Dawson Creek fight night: Country star Dallas Smith rips bad fan behaviour

Canadian country musician Dallas Smith says he didn’t know what to do when “organized violence” broke out at the end of a concert in Dawson Creek on Tuesday night